Everything comes together nicely.
Just two more days till the opening of Jump #4, the fourth event in a series of exhibitions of the BFF in North Rhine-Westphalia.
This time we’ll take the opportunity of this year’s Düsseldorf Photo Weekend 2017 to have our group exhibition in a fabulous environment. Das Historische Depot der Rheinbahn is a huge space full of historical tramways with great ways to present the exhibits.
During the opening day a food truck and bar will make the evening even more enjoyable.
RAW – The Decisive Moment
1 Exhibition – 64 Photographers
3rd of February 1800h
3rd of February 1800h – 2300h
4th of February 1200h – 2000h
5th of February 1200h – 1800h
Historisches Depot der Rheinbahn
Am Steinberg 35
40225 Düsseldorf – Bilk
On the 18th of June 2015 the BFF Germany (Association of Freelance Photographers) hosted almost simultaneously its latest exhibition project in three major German metropolises, Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Stuttgart.
Contrary to all its former exhibition projects no images were presented directly in the exhibition rooms. The visitors, equipped with their smart phones, tablets and an augmented reality app discovered the images via visual bar codes attached to the walls and stands. Once scanned the images from the phtographers appeared on the screen, following the movements of the digital device in space perspectivly correct.
The event received an enormous media echo in more than 70 print publications and on German television. The background of the exhibition that images nowadays are consumed more and more solely through digitial media was depicted in almost all articles.
I’m glad that I was part of the team of exhibiting photographers. Thanks Axel for all the photos shot on the evening!
All photos shot by Axel M. Mosler.
Here are a few impressions from yesterday’s BFF (Association of Freelance Photographers) exhibition in Düsseldorf’s “Boui Boui Bilk” hall, a former screw manufactory.
For this event we came up with an extraordinary way to present the images. Contrary to a static hang each photographer’s work was presented by an assistant, fully dressed in a black lycra, carrying two small billboards attached to a supporting structure. In a slightly choreographed way these living billboards changed their positions in the exhibition room repeatedly during the evening, resulting in a constantly changing hang.
With the arrival of more and more visitors during the course of the evening at one point the space got too overcrowded so that the assistants were relieved from the weight carried on their shoulders and stands were used for the placement of the pictures.
Apart from a great party and the enormous attention we received, the BFF also presented its latest showreel with the work of their members within Nordrhein-westfalen.
Images shot by Claus Morgenstern (1-3), Salima Kehr (4)